Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100 2019.

Take on RideLondon for Street Child!

Join us on Sunday 4th August 2019 and take part in the UK’s biggest public cycling event!

Follow the route of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games road race; starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, heading south of the city to tackle the infamous Leith Hill and Box Hill in Surrey, before rolling over the finish line along The Mall in Central London.

Join the Street Child team today and help us improve access to education for some of the most vulnerable and marginalised children in some of the world’s toughest places.

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Details:

  • When: Sunday 4th August 2019

  • Where: Starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, ending at The Mall - London

  • Cost: £50 registration fee

  • Fundraising Target: £500

  • How You Can Make An Impact: Raising £250 can fully train a teacher and improve teaching quality, £100 can provide learning materials to an entire class, £60 can help a mother set up a small family business, and £30 can send a child to school for a year

To get in touch, email us at: challenges@street-child.co.uk

Why Ride for Street Child?

From the dusty roads of MakeniSierra Leone to the iconic scenery of the London Marathon, runners and cyclists have helped raise millions for Street Child to support thousands of the world's most marginalised children to go to school.

Your fundraising helps Street Child reach more incredibly vulnerable children so that they can go to school and learn. You can read more about how your running is supporting our work here.

We’ll be behind you every step of the way! When you fundraise with us you’ll get:

  • An exclusive Street Child cycling jersey

  • Regular newsletters with training tips and interesting stories

  • One-on-one support and mentoring from a member of our team

  • Fundraising resources to help you smash your target

By registering for the event, you are agreeing to our Terms and Conditions.